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I've noticed my rubber fuel lines near the rail have become dangerously cracked while the car's been sitting the past couple years. They're the quick release type, but the tabs have rusted to the point where there is absolutely no moving them, so they're on pretty solid. How exactly do you get them off at this point without screwing up the other parts?
 

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Sounds fun. I guess I'll get on that tomorrow.
 

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All fixed. Previous owner already hacked off the fuel rail part, then failed to remove the rest of the lines and just spliced in rubber hose. Which is possibly the most ridiculous thing i've ever seen, and it's been held in with just regular hose clamps all this time. I'm lucky they haven't burst already. (The little splice hose did once and I replaced that.)

Anyway, an hour of sawing later, my car's got all new rubber lines with the proper clamps and is for the most part fire proof.
 
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